Alexion Intern Returns as Post-Doc Fellow
The depth of Alexion’s commitment to serving the rare disease community is what kept drawing Global Medical Affairs Fellow, Adam Quicquaro, PharmD, back to the company. After completing his internship in Global Medical Information and Medical Review at Alexion, Adam returned to Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science University to complete his Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Following graduation and faced with multiple different fellowship opportunities, Adam was once again drawn to Alexion, “It was Alexion’s dedication to changing the lives of people living with rare diseases, combined with the company’s focus on CSR, the culture, and the work-life balance that made it an easy choice.”
Alexion’s Global Medical Affairs Fellowship Program focuses heavily on sharpening skills and acumen most critical to being effective in delivering for patients. Over the next two years Adam will have a unique opportunity to positively impact the lives of people living with rare diseases.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Alexion means more than philanthropy and environmental sustainability. CSR is about positively affecting the rare disease community, creating value for all of our stakeholders, and developing pathways for employees to grow within their careers. As Adam has grown from an intern to a PharmD, so has his ability to help others.
Adam is one of four fellows currently working at Alexion, dedicated to discovering and delivering transformative medicines, technologies and healthcare services. If you are interested in learning more about a career at Alexion, please visit Alexion.com/careers